Bank Holidays

Bank Holidays of Bangladesh in 2023

Bank Holiday 2023: This post contains the Bangladesh Bank Holiday List for 2023. According to the Ministry of Public Administration Holiday List, Bangladesh Bank has announced a holiday list of scheduled banks in the country for 2023.

The annual holiday list is usually published on the Bangladesh Bank website, You can also obtain a copy of the holiday schedule from your local Bangladesh Bank branch.

Bank holidays 2023 in Bangladesh

The Bangladesh Bank has released the official holiday calendar for 2023. The calendar, which is available in PDF format, lists all the national holidays that the bank will observe during the year.

The holidays include religious festivals, national holidays, and other notable days. Independence Day, Victory Day and Eid-ul-Fitr are among the most important holidays. The calendar also includes holidays for the country’s major government and commercial banks.

The PDF document is freely available on the official website of Bangladesh Bank and can also be found on other government websites. This calendar can help organizations, financial institutions, and individuals plan their operations and transactions more effectively.

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Note: It is crucial to note that while other banks may observe Bangladesh Bank holidays, the schedule may differ depending on the bank. Check with individual banks for their specific holiday schedules.

Overall, the Bangladesh Bank holiday calendar for 2023 is a handy tool for anyone planning activities or transactions in the country, and it can be downloaded and printed for convenient reference all year round.

List of holidays of Bangladesh Bank 2023

All public and commercial banks in Bangladesh will have 24 days off in 2023 as per the regulations. This includes bank holidays on July 1, 2023, and December 31, 2023.

In 2023, four bank holidays will fall on Fridays and three on Saturdays. Weekends are generally included in Bangladesh.

All banks and financial institutions in Bangladesh are closed on Fridays and Saturdays. In addition, guidelines are provided for observing the following holidays in 2023:

HolidayDateNo of Holidays
Shaheed Day and International Mother Language Day21 February, Tuesday01 day
*Shab-e-Barat08 March, Wednesday01 day
Birthday of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman17 March, Friday01 day
Independence and National Day26 March 2023, Sunday01 day
Bengali New Year’s Day14 April, Friday01 day
*Shab-e-Qadar19 April 2023, Wednesday01 day
Juma Tul Wida21 April 2023, Friday01 day
*Eid-ul-Fitr21, 22 & 23 April 2023, Friday, Saturday & Sunday03 days
May Day01 May 2023, Monday01 day
*Buddha Purnima (Boishakhi Purnima)04 May 2023, Thursday01 day
*Eid-ul-Azha28, 29 & 30 June, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday03 days
Bank Holiday01 July 2023, Saturday01 day
*Moharrum (Ashura)29 July 2023, Saturday01 day
National Mourning Day15 August 2023, Tuesday01 day
*Janmashtami06 September 2023, Wednesday01 day
*Eid-e-Miladun-Nabi (S)28 September 2023, Thursday01 day
Durga Puja (Bijoya Dashami)24 October 2023, Tuesday01 day
Victory Day16 December 2023, Saturday01 day
Christmas Day25 December 2023, Monday01 day
Bank Holiday31 December 2023, Sunday01 day
 Total24 days

* Subject to the appearance of the moon

On these days and dates, all banks in Bangladesh will be closed. As a result, no bank transactions will be carried out these days.

List of Holidays for the year 2023

According to a circular issued by the Bangladesh Bank, bankers in Bangladesh will get 24 public holidays in 2023, in addition to two days on weekends. You can read the Bangladesh Bank Holiday Notification below.

Bank Holidays of Bangladesh in 2023
Bank Holidays of Bangladesh in 2023

For reference, you can get the official Bangladesh Bank Holidays 2023 PDF from the official website of Bangladesh Bank.

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What are the bank holidays in Bangladesh in 2023?

According to the officials, bankers will have 24 bank holidays in 2023. All banks and financial institutions in the country respect these holidays, which include both national and religious holidays.

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